There are 2 kinds of buyers: Those who buy what they want, and those who buy what they need.
The public world of materialism is often a private world of financial stress. Do you need four or five bedrooms? Do you need to live in the “best” area? You can buy a better home in a less expensive – and less prestigious – area.
What’s more important – struggling to maintain an image of wealth or living safely within your means? Most buyers could save tens, even hundreds, of thousands of dollars by buying what they need instead of what they want.
Think about it. Be careful.
Content Credit: The 13 Worst Mistakes made by Home-Buyers – written by Neil Jenman